Where can you ride?
or No Rego
|Licence & Rego|
|Sealed and unsealed roads||N||Y|
|Formed/defined tracks and trails on public land||N||Y|
|Public land off existing roads, tracks or trails||N||N|
|Public reserves, sports fields, footpaths etc||N||N|
Unlicensed riders and/or unregistered bikes cannot be used on public land. Some of the few places where they can ride are commercial riding parks and circuits. Registered bikes can also be used at...
How to get onto good tracks, legally
Registered or Not? The options of riders in NSW are pretty clear. Buy an un-registerable MXer or mini bike and you are restricted to private property, a handful of riding parks, or competition events ...
Finding a Place to Ride
The most obvious places to ride are on public lands such as State Forests and National Parks. Approaching rangers from either organisation will give amazing results and often lead to discovering...
Planning Your Route
Yes folks, it’s just like being a teenager again, only this time if you put in the ground work you’re 95% sure of getting a decent ride. Maps offer a wealth of information. By studying them you can...